Twist in the tale
Is it your lifelong dream to holiday at a storm and tsunami warning centre? If the answer to this very specific question is yes, look no further than central Thanh Hóa Province.
Last weekend, a patient was brought to the emergency ward of the Bạch Mai Hospital in Hà Nội with a “crazy expression” on his face and the added symptoms of “delirium and bloating.”
Doctor Nguyễn Thành, director of Hà Nội’s 115 Emergency Centre, said an emergency team had been sent to give first aid, but they went to the wrong address and returned without finding any patient there.
Most burglary in Việt Nam is performed with basic tools and little planning, wham, bam thank-you ma’am stuff. But a gang of thieves from the northern province of Bắc Giang went above and beyond (or below and though) to fulfill their nefarious goals.
Money doesn’t grow on trees. It drops like manna from heaven. Or so some residents of Huế City might have thought last week piles of red envelopes with currency notes rained down on a stadium.
This story might set your teeth on edge, but rest assured, it has a toothless ending.
Residents of Việt Nam’s big cities have been separating their garbage for recycling for years, in both their houses and public areas. Children have been taught the difference between recycled and non-recycled waste.